Just a forecast for FBM KLCI in 2011 by RHB, taken from Business Times here. May it materialise of going even better!
Malaysia’s benchmark stock index may rise to 1,700 by the end of 2011, bolstered by sustained economic and earnings growth, RHB Research Institute Sdn Bhd said, raising its target from 1,640.Investors should focus on construction and property stocks in the immediate term, RHB said in a report today.
It’s also “generally positive” on sectors such as banking, plantations, timber, gaming and telecommunications, it said. — Bloomberg
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